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Bridges in Japan

Bridges in Japan

An evening technical meeting on the subject of ‘Bridges in Japan’. There are many natural environmental constraints and challenges to be overcome for infrastructure projects in Japan, such as special limitations, geological and topological constraints, typhoons and earthquakes. These severe constraints together with cultural and economic factors have led to unique technological developments in the […]

Japanese Folk Music and Taiko Drumming Concert

Japanese Folk Music and Taiko Drumming Concert

We have another concert at St Mary’s Church, Putney on 11th November 2017 at 7:00pm, following the success of our concert there last year which was made possible by your kindness and support. The 1st half will be the Japanese Folk Songs I have been arranging, orchestrating and performing since 1998. This year we have […]

Japan in Winter: Japanese prints of the 20th and 21st century

Japan in Winter: Japanese prints of the 20th and 21st century

“Japan in Winter: 20th-21st-century Japanese prints” is organized by Tiger Tanuki: Japanese Art and Aesthetics. The exhibition explores winter depictions by a range of renowned print artists, including shin hanga artist Tsuchiya Koitsu and Saito Kiyoshi of the sosaku hanga movement. This is an unique opportunity to immerse in nostalgic snowscapes as well as humoristic […]

Films at the Embassy of Japan: 5 Centimeters Per Second (秒速5センチメートル)

Films at the Embassy of Japan: 5 Centimeters Per Second (秒速5センチメートル)

Takaki and Akari become best friends at elementary school, but they are separated as her family has to move away from the area. After a year apart, Takaki, now a junior high school student, decides to see Akari again. As he sits in the train travelling from Tokyo to Tochigi prefecture, memories of the past […]

Beauty of Japan and Soul of Creation

Beauty of Japan and Soul of Creation

We, Radiant Star Art agency will have an exhibition in London, UK, to introduce Creators form Japan. Japan is currently separated into 47 administrative districts, but since ancient times, small regions constructed various cultures with high identities, and brought up unique and interesting creations. Japan’s “Creation” is keenly aware of the air of the times, […]

Tears and Laughter: Women in Japanese Melodrama

Tears and Laughter: Women in Japanese Melodrama

BFI presents, in partnership with the Japan Foundation, a season highlighting the female stars that shone in the melodrama of Japanese cinema’s ‘Golden Age’. The season features titles rarely screened in the UK, spotlighting the magnificent actors who starred in them – figures such as Kinuyo Tanaka, Setsuko Hara, Machiko Kyo, Isuzu Yamada and Hideko […]

The World’s a Stage: Yukio Ninagawa’s Work, Career and His Legacy

The World’s a Stage: Yukio Ninagawa’s Work, Career and His Legacy

Yukio Ninagawa was Japan’s best-known stage director, whose work was marked by its astonishing interpretation and visual imagination. Continually drawn to staging works of literary greats, Ninagawa often harmonised theatre traditions of the east and west through productions of Greek tragedies, Shakespearean plays and much more. Creating worlds of wonder and beauty, Ninagawa’s work transcended […]

Ura Matsuri Mini

Ura Matsuri Mini

Ura Matsuri Mini is a fun, friendly, accessible night of live performance and music from Japanese Londoners and their London friends. An evening of the joyful, the serious and mostly the absurd! It follows on from last years all day Ura Matsuri Festival held at East Londons Cafe Oto, Curve Garden and Oto Project Space. […]

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London United Korean Fan Club

London United Japanese Fan Club